The Beechgrove Garden is a hardy annual TV gardening series which sets out to deal with, glory in and celebrate Scottish horticulture and growing conditions.
The Beechgrove Garden is and always has been a firmly practical, get-your-hands-dirty gardening programme which delights in success but also learns from failures in the garden and never takes itself too seriously.

Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 26 2015
Beechgrove Garden episode 26 2015

The Beechgrove Garden episode 26 2015

In Beechgrove Garden episode 26 2015: although this is the last in the present series, gardening is a year round activity and so Jim, Carole, George and Chris have a long list of jobs that we could and should be doing that will keep us all busy for the foreseeable.     This is also a perfect time to be planting and Chris and George are starting off a new project to create a 'sub-tropical' garden that although will look…

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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 25 2015
Beechgrove Garden episode 25 2015

The Beechgrove Garden episode 25 2015

In Beechgrove Garden episode 25 2015: Carole and George plant various combinations of bulbs and spring bedding plants to see which of these make the most attractive displays, while Jim has a big clear-out in his greenhouse.     The programme catches up with Brian Cunningham at Scone Palace Garden to review the progress made to the David Douglas trail, and Carole also visits Tillypronie Garden near Tarland and delights in the swathes of heathers.   The Beechgrove Garden episode…

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The Beechgrove Garden episode 24 2015

In Beechgrove Garden episode 24 2015: Jim and Carole walk around the garden pointing out plant combinations showing colour at this time of year. Jim prepares half hardy perennials for winter, whilst Carole enjoys the gloxinias which are still flowering well and shows how to dry off amaryllis bulbs.     In Coldstream, George Anderson meets Alec West who has an orchard jam-packed with apples, pears and plums - his fruit collection is said to be the biggest in Scotland.…

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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 23 2015
Beechgrove Garden episode 23 2015

The Beechgrove Garden episode 23 2015

In Beechgrove Garden episode 23 2015: Jim and Carole are preparing for the seasons to come as they show how to overwinter a whole range of vegetables so that they will be ready for harvest early next year. Jim is also preparing plants for the winter months and shows how to put begonias to bed.     Also in the programme, Carole and George taste test Carole's spaghetti squash and her greenhouse-grown aubergines while Jim and George revel in the…

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Beechgrove Garden episode 22 2015

The Beechgrove Garden episode 22 2015

In Beechgrove Garden episode 22 2015: Jim Carole and Chris assessing how the new Michaelmas daisy collection has fared over the summer. Carole looks at her aubergines and peppers to see if they have managed to bear any fruit this season.     Jim visits Heathryfold Allotments in Aberdeen, whose multicultural plotters grow a range of vegetables and fruit from their homelands. Both Jim and Carole are on the island of Bute, to attend and enjoy the famous local Horticultural Society's…

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